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Mae Finlayson

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Mae Finlayson

Mae Finlayson

Tutor - Textiles & Visual Arts A-B

Inveresk Campus

+61 3 6324 4416 (phone)

Mae.Finlayson@utas.edu.au

General Responsibilities

Mae Finlayson is an internationally trained contemporary textile artist now calling Australia home again.  Swapping her native Melbourne for the bright lights of London 15 years ago, she received her Fine Art Textiles BA at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and completed her studies with a Masters in Constructed Textiles from the Royal College of Art. She then worked from her East London studio producing one off fashion pieces, embroideries, prints and commissioned works – like designing a ‘space age’ costume collection for the prestigious V & A Museum of Childhood. Mae has devised and taught community based art projects, acted as a creative consultant for fellow artists and designers, and lent her expertise to the creation of a major London based vintage textile and print archive.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Visual Arts A and B tutor
  • Contemporary Textiles, Thinking Textiles, Textiles for Body and Space tutor

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Research Fields

  • Crafts (190501)
  • Design Innovation (120302)
  • Art Theory (190103)

Research Impact

  • The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft) (950104)

Publications

Total publications

3

Journal Article

(1 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2014Hall K, Finlayson M, 'Unfinished Business: craft and revivification', Craft and Design Enquiry, (6) pp. 61-73. ISSN 2200-6931 (2014) [Refereed Article]

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Co-authors: Hall K

Major Creative Work

(2 outputs)
YearCitationAltmetrics
2012Finlayson ML, 'It's a Good Time OK', Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania, Inveresk Campus, Launceston (2012) [Published Creative Work]

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2011Malone P, Kaye A, Dobinson J, Muir Wilson T, Finlayson ML, et al., 'Furnished', Designed Objects Tasmania, Waterside Pavillion, Hobart, 1 (2011) [Curated Exhibition]

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Co-authors: Prince MD; Ancher SJC